My guest today is the author of “A Feigned Madness,” the story of undercover reporter Nellie Bly’s ten harrowing days inside a women’s insane asylum in 1887. It won the Reader Views Reviewers Choice Award and the Kops-Fetherling International Book Award. She’s a self-proclaimed Anglo-file and obsessed with all things relating to the Victorian period. She’s a member of the Historical Novel Society and the Women’s Fiction Writers Association. She lives in Cincinnati, OH with her husband, three boys, and an overweight golden doodle. Welcome to Authors Over 50, Tonya Mitchell.